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Waterless Urinals | Tiles | Partitions/Stalls | Toilets | Faucets | Fans | Hand Air Dryers | Water Conservation Fixtures

Waterless Urinals
Reduce water consumption.
 Tile tends to be more hygienic than carpet and lacks the toxic chemicals which can be found in linoleum products. It can also be used for countertops and wall decorations- not just flooring. Using tile made of recycled materials helps reduce landfill waste and at the same time takes less energy to produce than tile from raw materials.

Use stalls and partitions that are made of recycled material. Make sure it’s low emitting and low VOC material.
 Without water conservation fixtures installed, toilets consumer around 20 gallons of water per person each day. Switching from the more standard 3.5 gallons per flush model to a 1.6gpf one can help reduce water from 27,300 gallons to 12,500 gallons. Technology has vastly improved when it comes to water conservering toilets. It is both possible to have a top performing toilet and reduce water consumption at the same time.
Choosing low-flow water fixtures in your bathroom can cut water usage. This can save you a lot of water each year.
Occupancy sensors help ensure you’re not wasting energy while also keeping restrooms ventilated properly.
Hand Air Dryers
Although requiring electricity in order to be used, hand dryers are more eco friendly than the classic paper towels. The production of paper towels- from cutting down trees, processing, and transport- takes a huge toll on the environment. Hand dryers on the other hand are being produced more and more efficient to lessen their overall cost.
Water Conservation Fixtures


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